Technology and Instructional Materials Allotment
Senate Bill 6 from the 82nd Texas Legislature, First Called Session, 2011, created an instructional materials allotment for the purchase of instructional materials, technological equipment, and technology-related services. In 2017, the name of the allotment was changed to the technology and instructional materials allotment (HB 3526, 85th Texas Legislature).
Each district and open-enrollment charter school is entitled to an allotment. The amount of allotment is determined biennially by the commissioner and is based on the legislative appropriation. Districts and open-enrollment charter schools have access to their allotment through the educational materials ordering system known as EMAT.
(Please note: The amounts shown in this document are for the entire biennium. Districts will not receive new funds in the second year of the biennium. For more information, please see the To the Administrator Addressed correspondence.)
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